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, crawling very slow through the streets of downtown los angeles. now, the retired space shuttle "endeavour" heading for its final destination, you're looking at live pictures there. we'll check the progress from los angeles in a moment. and you can follow along as it moves through l.a., see the little window in the screen there? there it is right there, that is a live picture, we'll keep it up here for you all afternoon. >>> and syrian rebels fighting against the regime of assad, declare a victory, they say they shot down aircraft, there was no let-up in the violence as the opposition said 110 people were killed across syria today. >>> and a suicide bomb tearing across a busy market in northwest pakistan today. at least 17 killed, 38 others wounded. officials suspect that the target was a nearby building serving as a base for anti-taliban fighters, the explosion in the busiest time of day in the market. >>> and police in denver say somebody fired a single shot friday into an obama campaign office. no one was hurt, but people were inside the office at the time. nobody got a look at the susp
reforms. >> president obama, like i told you at the beginning of the newscast, is in los angeles right now. two events are waiting for him. one is private, the other not so much. dan lothian live in los angeles for us. president is all about fund-raising tonight, dan. so who is going to help him more in los angeles, is it going to be the former president bill clinton or is it going to be, i don't know, bon jovi? >> reporter: wow, you know, that's a tough one. i have to say probably both of them will help him because, you know, the president not only bon jovi but also katy perry is here, george clooney, jennifer hudson. a lot of other big names that appeal to a broad array of voters from the old school like earth wind and fire, so older audiences but also some of the young people as well. so i think the president's covering it all with the various stars who are helping here at this fund-raiser but you can't take anything away from what the xlin believes former president bill clinton brings to the table, not only in the speeches he delivers, but also out there in fund-raising. he's held a nu
of 2 miles an hour. and witness to all of this, john zarrella in los angeles. is that the -- look how cool that is. right behind you. you're on the route. not only on the route. was going to say, where is the shuttle now? there it is. >> reporter: hey, don. you know, it's funny. i've seen "endeavour" and all the other vehicles, shuttles take off. i've seen them land. i've been inside "endeavour." but you could never have told me in a million years that i would be standing on the streets of los angeles with the shuttle sitting in a parking lot behind me. that's what it's doing right now, and will be for the next nine hours. it actually left the los angeles international airport about three hours ago. it's only gone about a mile and a half to get here, two miles. and literally what they did is they had time to kill, is the way they're putting it. because they don't want to be trying to move it during rush hour in los angeles and they wanted to get it out of the airport before rush hour. they're sitting it here for nine hours. they're going to move some lights and some overhanging power
"endeavour" is on the move in los angeles at 2 miles an hour. man. flying through l.a., right? it's on the first leg of its 12-mile journey to the california science center. the trip is expected to wrap up tomorr tomorrow. we'll be taking you there live a little later on this hour. >>> let's go back to politics now. both sides are claiming victory after last night's vice presidential debate. with all the comments about smirks, smiles, snarky remarks, there was actually some substance, like this exchange on abortion. >> with respect to abortion, the democratic party used to say they want it to be safe, legal and rare. now they support it without restriction and with taxpayer fund i funding. taxpayer funding in obamacare, taxpayer funding in foreign aid. the president himself went to china and said he sympathized or wouldn't second guess that their one-child policy of forced abortions and sterilizations. that, to me, is pretty extreme. >> with regard to abortion, i accept my opponent's position on abortion, life begins conception. i accept it in my personal life. i refuse to impose
program is losing $200 million a year to fraud. the los angeles times reports truck loads come into california and the sate pays the -- state pays the refunds even though it never got the deposit. governor jerry brown signed a law to help stop the fraud. >>> the former head of a detail in libya is set to investigate the attack last month that killed u.s. ambassador chris stevens. he said his security team was pulled out weeks before the attack. he says the state department should take action now. >> the state department should not wait for the conclusion of its review board. i think there out to be a process to enhance the security of official personal. >> wednesday's hearing was called by the over site committee. >>> the man behind the video that sparked violence across the world is due in court this week. a judge in los angeles is set to decide if nakoula basseley nakoula should return to prison. he was convicted in 2010 of bank fraud is in custody. authorities say nakoula basseley nakoula is behind the film innocence of muslims that led to violent reactions in the middle eas
rally in los angeles where bon jovi, stevie wonder and katy perry, a few of the folks performing there. mitt romney has an event that's about to get under way in florida. a live report from the trail. in just a few moments. and there's also a new poll of likely voters in colorado. that was taken after the debate at the university of denver. that poll shows the president with a four-point edge, 47-43%. more on all of these stories throughout the next two hours. but we start in the sunshine state. where mitt romney will be holding the rally in just a few minutes. you can see a live picture there right now, live picture of him on -- live picture on stage right now. and that is congressman allen west in the foreground. this is his third straight day of campaigning in florida. nbc's peter alexander in port st. lucie where the romney campaign bus just arrived. what's the word there, mr. alexander? >> they're just getting started as you can hear, allen west speaking right now. joined by the attorney general of the state, pam bondy and the man and lady of the hour right now, ann and mitt romne
she is lisa ferguson out in los angeles. >> good morning everyone. mitt romney is headed to florida today to host events with senator marco rubio and jeb bush. he starts off the date in tampa and then heads to coral gables and jacksonville. paul ryan will be campaigning in wisconsin. some are calling the pair's reemergence on the campaign trial after supposedly taking time out out of respect for the hurricane victims. romney's official reason for the event yesterday was to collect donations for storm victims, but it sure looked a lot like a campaign, a big american flag on the wall campaign music, crowds and the press were invited. voters had to wait to drop off their donations until romney arrived to collect them himself. john mccain even went as far as to blast president obama on the benghazi attack. one other issue is romney's thoughts on fema. here he is yesterday. >> [ inaudible ]? >> romney: why -- >> why don't you answer any questions about fema. >> nothing to say. more bill coming up after the break. highest priority on election day. besides, you can alway
the republicans just got booted out of the picture completely. >> down in los angeles it almost came to blows. >> so the political landscape has changed this time around, no question about it. this is why i think the presidential race sort of sets the tone. >> you as a pool reporter, we have to explain what that means. you get a little bit closer and maybe you can even touch the president. i'm not sure about that. but do you think that with having to say the most important points over and over again as president, that anything he says is going to sound fresh and new? >> it's a very good point, belva, because you said 17 times here in california. on monday alone he did four or five events. three fund-raisers alone in san francisco, the night before a couple in l.a. you have to wonder how many of these you can do. on some days obama is doing six fund-raisers in a single day. i don't know how you keep doing that. some of the people on the inside of wondering is this taking a toll in one way or the other. the endless fund-raising. it's got to be sort of wearing on the candidates, both sides. >> a
to los angeles this morning he will attend a concert with actor george clooney. they will announce the establishment of the caesar chavez monument. he will make his way to the bay area and head to san francisco for a fund raising concert. >>> former president bill clinton is getting ready to head to california. on tuesday morning he is expected to attend a rally at uc davis to endorse four democratic candidates including john gave men day of fairfield. will he head to los angeles to discuss the economy. >>> there was comedy mixed with discourse last night. bill o'reilly went head to head with john stewart. their 90 minute debate was streamed live on the internet and topics include foreign policy, entitlements, and the economy. >> income redistribution. do you believe in it? >> do you? >> no. i asked first. >> how is this a two personality such as yourselves are polar opposites coming together when congress can't. what advise would you give congress? [ laughter ] >> wait wait wait. >> you have to laugh. that is funny. the debate was dubbed the rumble in the air conditioned auditoriu
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. in just over 20 days, americans will head to the polls to determine the outcome of one of the most closely watched presidential campaigns in u.s. history. in a look at the state of the race and a preview of tuesday night's second presidential debate with the national affairs editor for new york magazine and co-author of the best selling text "game change." we are glad you have joined us. a conversation coming out right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had said, there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: job as the national affairs editor for new york magazine and a political analyst for msn bc. he wrote the best-selling book "game change. his election issue of new yo
to a 15-year-old and a 17-year-old. they were in los angeles and when she was 8-years-old, her parents put her and her 3-year-old brother on a train by themselves to go back from los angeles to chicago. there she continued to be mistreated by her grandparents until finally she was able to get off on her own and she went to work as a secretary in a factory. the owner of the factory married dorothy not year he was strong, she didn't communicate very well, she frequently had vicious arguments with his wife in which he spoke disparagingly to her. he wasn't that nice to his own children. one example is that as a child left the top of the toothpaste a jar in the bathroom he would take that off and threw it in the snow and make the child go and find it. basically dorothy was hilary's mother who essentially sustain her in three ways. first of all, she was deeply christian, she was a very active methodist, she wanted hillary to get them at the disfellowship and she met a young wonderful pastor named don jones and he was the one that helped introduce her to the whole issue of the morality of justice
from lisa ferguson out in los angeles. hi lisa. good morning. >> hey bill. good morning everyone. john mccain is unendorsing richard mourdock. the indiana senate candidate is underfire this week for calling rape pregnancies an intentional gift from god. coincidentally, mourdock is the only senate candidate mitt romney has endorse and cut an ad for this season. he just released the ad in support of mourdock monday and the rape comments came tuesday night. mccain said he will no longer support mourdock unless he apologizes for those remarks but most republicans are staying in mourdock's corner. santorum is saying it is gotcha politics and romney says while he does not agree with his statements, he supports him for senate. >>> president obama discussed the issue yesterday in an interview with jay leno. the interview was not all serious. the two took a lighter tone when discussing donald trump. >> what's this thing with trump and you? it's like me and letterman. what's he got against you? >> obama: you know
forcing a great many hospitals to close their doors. live in los angeles with more on this. first off, what is going at the hospitals that is causing so many patients to be readmitted? >> basically about two-thirds of america's hospitals are making fundamental errors when it comes to things like basic hygiene, cause infections in patients and when they go home and they are back within 30 days. often simple situations like patients have to be told how to take meds properly. what they need post hospital care at the end of the day. as a result of this you are seeing lots of people come back. medicare are paying for those people and they are implementing fines. >> gregg: how large is the fines are the hospitals facing. are they going to improve their standards? >> to begin with on average it's going to be $125,000 per year, but medicare intends on increasing the rate so annually collected among all hospitals paying up to billion dollars a year. that is actually a loss of money. the government wants to pressure hospitals to raising standards. there is another source of pressure that might
for the people of los angeles and they're coming out with their kids and their families and getting to take pictures with the orbiter and what happened was they had to move from the airport before they got into l.a. rush hour traffic. they didn't want to be dealing with that so they moved it early this morning and it's only gone a mile and a half, two miles from this location here and it's going sit here for nine hours before they actually move it again. they're doing a little bit of reconfiguring of the transporter system which is incredibly unique in and of itself and it's remote controlled and a guy literally walks in front of it moving these hundreds and hundreds of wheels under it so they can move it and turn it around different streets and they'll reconfigure it today and they'll be taking down power lines before they head out and move again, but the whole journey is going to be 12 miles over a course of 46 hours so not until tomorrow night will they get to the california science center. the shuttle's wingspan is 75 feet wide and they've had to literally cut down 400 trees in order to
is a live look at the space shuttle "endeavour" wrapping up his final journey to a los angeles museum. the spacecraft is used to travel at warped speeds. early this morning it crawled just two miles an hour through the streets of los angeles. we know how bad the traffic is. 400 trees and lots of traffic lights were taken down to make room for the five-story tall shuttle what a sight that must be. >> if you go with ryan, what he believes is, you know, life begins at conception. that what is roman catholics are supposed to believe. on the other hand, i'm a woman and i want the right to do what i want with my body. >> vice president biden and paul ryan square off on abortion rights last night. one of the most emotional moments of the debate. melissa harris perry sounds off. what do you think? what was your favorite debate moment last night? tweet me @richard lui. we'll share your thoughts. [ male announcer ] you know that guy who sells those remote control helicopters at the mall. buy 'em or don't. whatever man. either way, he gets to fly helicopters all day. and he eats the liquid gold
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villaraigosa, mayor of los angeles. let me just start with you, mayor. how does tonight's debate, when probably between 50 million people watching and going back and forth to the baseball games, how does he reach them tonight? what does he do tonight to get them rock 'n' rolling, going to do absentee ballot, we're going to vote? how does he do it? >> the format, the questions from the audience, obviously, and he has to answer and then pivot. he has to hit mr. romney's record. just because mr. romney says it, doesn't mean it's so. we saw it in the last debate he says a lot of things, none of which are based on fact or are true. particularly his misrepresentation of our record on medicare, which, as you know the president extends medicare and reinforces it. his own record on medicare, where he wants to turn it into voucher care. and a coupon program. so, he has to be very aggressive about defending his record and putting mr. romney on his heels to explain why he says one thing and then another and then another every single day, it seems. >> gene, i'm worried people my kids' age, someone who never
-year-old. they were in los angeles and when she was eight years old, her parents put her and her 3-year-old brother on a train by themselves to go back from los angeles to chicago. there she continued to be mistreated by her grandparents until finally she was able to get off on her own and went to work as a secretary in a factory. a lace curtain factory president owner of the factory was hugh and he married dorothy. hugh was gruff, he was strong, he didn't communicate very well, he frequently had vicious arguments which he wife which he spoke disparagingly and got eye abusive toward her. he was not that nice to his own children. one example is that as a child left the top off the tooth paste jar, the tube in the bedroom, he would take that tooth paste top throw it in snow and make the child find it. it was not someone whom you felt warmly toward. and basically discoure think was the person, hilary's mother who essentially sustained her. sustain sustainedder in three ways. she was an active mained death. she wanted her to go to the methodist youth fellowship she met a young pastor named
shuttle endeavour finally in its home stretch of its journey through los angeles. and it took a lot longer than originally planned. it's not expected to reach the california science museum until about an hour from now. thousands lined the route to watch the long, slow crawl. organizers say dispoit going about 2 miles per hour, the shuttle did make good time, but workers pulling the endeavour say it took a while to get to this point. >> we had to actually go through a bunch of rigorous tests to make sure that we were able to pull this weight. we had three months of testing to say, yes, we could do this. so we actually pulled more than what the endeavour in the program weighs. it's 292,000 pounds and we were over 300,000 pounds that we pulled. >> must be a proud moment for you as well. >> oh, absolutely. >> nervous? >> nervous, and i'll be a lot better once we're on the other side of manchester, for sure. >> total cost of endeavour's final journey, $10 million. >>> just ahead on fox morning news, the killing of the u.s. ambassador to libya is back in the headlines, after the vice president c
shuttle has gone before. the streets of los angeles. watch out, drivers. if you see that thing in the rear view mirror, might want to get out of the way. ♪ i'm a man of means by no means, king of the road ♪ ♪ third box car midnight train ♪ ♪ destination bangor maine [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> the space shuttle "endeavour" now just a few hours away from completing its final journey. destination the california science center in l.a. for the past couple of days the retired shuttle moving at a snail like pace toward its new home in los angeles. thousands gathering along the route to cheer the home coming of the city's newest tourist attraction. it is scheduled to arrive at the museum around midnight. "endeavour" was largely built in southern california and this shuttle flew 25 missions between 1992 and 2011.
-raising in los angeles appearing at a small event with bill clinton too, but it's an issue from the debate -- >> governor romney's central economic plan calls for a $5 trillion tax cut. >> i don't have a $5 trillion tax cut. >> reporter: -- that has the campaigns arguing in television and web ads. >> not telling the truth. >> reporter: so what's the truth? romney does want to cut tax rates. that would reduce revenue by nearly $5 trillion over 10 years. he says he would offset that loss by eliminating loopholes and deductions, but he has refused to say which ones leaving him open to attack by team obama. >> mitt romney's solution is he just decided there wasn't math involved in this problem, and that's absolutely crazy. >> reporter: while the president continues that fund-raising swing, mitt romney will deliberate blistering foreign policy speeches attacking the president on middle eastern policy. that is tomorrow. david? >> we'll be watching for that. david kerley on the campaign trail in florida. david, thank you. >>> i want to bring in our senior washington editor rick klein tonight, and
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, which many people and los angeles know about, but many others do not. tv stations editing be beating tape in order to fuel ghetto rage knowing what could happen, because the media is looking for another hill case. democrats are not lynching blacks, no one else is. and then they o.j. verdict. that is when they said, the white guilt bank is shut down. it ended up being a wonderful thing for america, and most of all for black people, because there were no longer being treated like children. and many great things came out of that spirit of a chapter on the post o.j. paradise. and with obama, not because he is half black, the media, the left has brought all of the racial demography back. obama does not engage in this as much as liberals in the media, but he put it out of their purity brings it up. -- he brings it up. and i saw this election season, he cannot run on his record. it would be full of the claims of imaginary racism. and so, all some of the point is not to fall for it again, america. host: one of the policies that came of the 1970's is affirmative action. to be reviewed again b
. >> you hear about grooming in stories like this. paul, thank you so much for us from los angeles. >>> we have details in the alleged plot to blow up the federal reserve building with a 1,000-pound. the feds and the new york agents busted this 21-year-old bangladeshi man trying to denate what he thought was a bomb. police say the man who's in custody, he was in the u.s. on a student visa, came for a reason, to destroy america. maggie lake, i want do go straight to you for us in new york and walk me through this. who is this guy? how close to carrying this out? >> brooke, 21 years old, from bangladesh. came on a student visa back in january to study in missouri but did not -- he went a spring semester there. he was living in jamaica, queens. authorities say he came with the intent to perform a jihad on the united states. he wanted to recruit others to his plot, reached out via social media to someone who happened to be an informant for the fbi. that person in turn put him in touch with an actual fbi agent working undercover, posing as an al qaeda operative who he then monitored him, they p
. >> two men are missing in wintery conditions. larry conn of los angeles left on a three day backpacking trip eight days ago in the forest. matthew is missing near the lake in the sierra national forest. he was supposed to return home on thursday. >>> california woman is recovering from a shark attack in maui. >> she was paddling to shore near mckenna beach. she was, she had puncture wound to her thigh and cuts to her hand. >> she is in stable condition. the woman said the shark was about 10 to 1 feet long. the attack shut down a mile long stretch of shoreline. >> while the united states is preparing for hurricane sandy. china is being, with a massive typhoon are battling the areas of the country. storm brought down trees and branches on top of homes. ferry services are suspended as a precaution. >>> this sent protestors into the streets. they marched through madrid protesting tax hikes. and some p chimed in for their basic rights. it is $13 billion in loans and staying with its financial crisis. >>> people have arrested 11 people who were planning a terror attack on the u.s. embassy. t
in los angeles were given to today to shut down. but many are still operating and may be able to stay open. the city council reversed itself last week. "the new york times" reports there may be as many as 1,000 dispensaries in los angeles, maybe more, which far outnumbers starbucks locations there. >> all right. weatherer wi er witer wit er wex ba ba baumgartner is attempting to break the sound barrier. he's trying to break a skydive record that's stood for more than 50 years. so we are going to have live coverage of this event throughout the morning right here on cnn. >> yes, we are. it seems like the craziest thing i ever heard of. >>> still unbeaten, the houston texans 5-0 after beating the new york jets 23-17 in "monday night football." arian foster led the way with 152 yards and a touchdown. the texans and atlanta falcons are the only nfl teams still without a loss. >> 5:07. the surprise star of last week's presidential debate lands a role in a brand new political ad. >> big, yellow, a menace to our economy. >> so much for big bird and the race to the white house. that's coming u
, the democratic mayor of los angeles, as well. watch us. you can tivo bret baier. he is okay with it. the guy is a saint. a saint. anyway, bucking china in the buckeye state. telling companies to lay off the lay off notices five weeks ahead of the election. do you notice a pattern here? we do. you report. you decide. the world needs a broader mix of energies. that's why we're supplying natural gas to generate cleaner electricity... that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal. and it's also why, with our partner in brazil, shell is producing ethanol - a biofuel made from renewable sugarcane. >>a minute, mom! let's broaden the world's energy mix. let's go. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized med
. >> an editorial in the los angeles times said, in addition to his uncontrolled very bossy, bide season a gaff machine, can you reassure voters in this country that you would have the discipline you would need on the world stage, senator. >> yes. >> that was 2007. and it's that guy paul ryan has to fear, the one who arguably won most of the 2008 primary debates with lines like this. >> and the irony is rudy giuliani, probably the most underqualified man since george w. bush to seek the presidency is here talking about any of the people. rudy giuliani, that's only three things he mentioned in a sentence, a noun and a verb and 9/11, there's nothing else. >> past the pro log, right? the issue is how different is john mccain's policy going to be than george bush's? i haven't heard anything yet. i haven't heard how his policies can be different on iran than george w. bush's i haven't heard how his policies with iran are going to be different than george w. bush's. >> the notion that somehow because i'm a man i don't know what it's like to raise two kids alone, i don't know what it's like to have a
, dallas seattle miami, los angeles washington, d.c. san francisco sacramento laurel, maryland, theythere are strikers. employee ins across the world has come to join them as well. it's an interesting movement that is taking place one that walmart is not happy about. here is another abc report on this. >> hopefully we can sit down with the person who is in charge and they can negotiate with us, and make everything fair. make everything right, you know? because they're wronging us, and they need to make it right. [ protesting ] >> they're the largest private employer. they could be a better employer. walmart is not the worst place to work but there could be so much more. they have so much more potential. >> cenk: by the way, some of the people that were organizing this, one of them took a lunch break and talked to an organizer, they said you stole time from us and you're fired. gee, i wonder what people are complaining about. now strikers are saying, black friday is very important for a retail store. well colby harris, a dallas worker said we will make sure that black friday is memorable f
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